August 21, 2015 at 11:32 am #1503
August 29, 2015 at 3:38 pm #1564
My Joe ratings:
Clutter 1 = 5 star even though it doesn’t work any longer on my updated computer
Clutter 2 = 5 star even though it doesn’t work very well on my updated computer
Clutter 3 = 5 star awesome
Clutter 4 = 5 star awesome (After all those hours/weeks/months playing, I ***just*** discovered the “extras”! Boy, do I feel dumb… but don’t bother me now. I have 50 new sliders to complete!!)
Clutter 5 = Downloading this weekend. CAN’T WAIT!!
I am a slider fanatic and could play for hours if Life would stop interrupting me. Thanks for all the fun!
September 2, 2015 at 4:27 pm #1673
Joe fixed the original Clutter and Clutter 2 for me! It’s great to have 2 old favorites back. These puzzles are so much fun!
September 28, 2015 at 8:58 pm #1865
Clutter 2 ===can’t stop playing level 5/5 of the second set. Addicted.
Clutter 1 ===still addicted and playing frequently
Clutter 5 ===this may move up in ranking, getting addicted
Clutter 4 ===we’ll leave it at “like” but not addicted
Clutter 3 ===we’ll leave this at “like” but not addicted
Clutter 6 ===I know it’s out there, blow my mind, please!
October 2, 2015 at 7:37 pm #1872
LOL! I’m looking for Clutter 6 also and I’ve only just begun Clutter 5. Joe, stop reading your fan mail. Back to work! 😉
January 4, 2016 at 7:05 pm #1968
I guess I’m a little late to the game, I just purchased “Welcome to Clutterville” and I think it is my favorite 🙂
As for rating
1. 5: Welcome to Clutterville
2, 3, 4. 1,2,4:in no particular order
5. 3 Who’s the void…more because I found the “who’s the void” part kind of annoying….sorry!
I do enjoy the clutter games though, and wouldn’t mind seeing more (even though I am still at the beginning of 5)
February 14, 2016 at 1:12 am #2006
Clutter III – ***** (the only one I’ve played all the way through)
Demo’d original Clutter way back when & somehow didn’t get hooked. Saw Clutter III on BFG & tried it – IT’S FANTASTIC! The only puzzle I couldn’t get the hang of was Lights Out (as predicted by the creator). The direct comments were interesting and thought-provoking, and a refreshing change. The games had just the right amount of challenge (for me). I really enjoyed the new twists on favorite puzzles (Sudoku-tetris, Leave One, Big & Small).
Re: the question(s) raised by Joe in Clutter III, my feedback is, to borrow from Rick Nelson, you can’t please everyone so you got to please yourself. If you’re earning enough, then carry on doing what you’re doing. Or maybe you can do both: puzzles for the masses on FB & puzzles that you enjoy making and that a smaller group of devotees love. Either way, thanks for making one of the most entertaining and well done games. And, to paraphrase the Bard, once more into the Void 🙂
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